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    eMac geometry issues..
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    Unhappy eMac geometry issues..
    For some reason my eMac changes it's geometry settings everytime the screen turns off (sleep, shutdown etc..) and it gets a bit irritating having to go to the System Prefs and adjusting the settings everytime I log on!

    I was wondering if tthis could be a firmware issue but according to Apple my eMac is up to date..

    any help would be greatly appreciated

    Alethia.

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    eMac geometry issues..
    eloquence's Avatar
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    Come on guys, I really need some help here!

    somebody must have had a similar problem, at least humour me!
    Games like an :alien:, sleek like a :mac:
    Alethia

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    Badger
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    You can try to isolate it by creating another user account. It you don't have the problem in the new account then it is in your original account, possibly corrupt preferences. If the problem is still evident then it is probably in the system. You can also get a utility like Preferential Treatment (http://homepage.mac.com/jonn8/as/) to check the prefs.

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